Enchanted Ape Live at 4th and Main on 2006-01-28
To Hell Ya Ride
Only One Tonight
For What It's Worth (Stephen Stills, need permission, not available)
Collection EnchantedApeBand/Artist Enchanted ApeVenue 4th and MainLocation Cedar Falls, IASource Soundboard + two Audio Technica AT2021 microphones in ORTF configurationLineage Korg d1200 MK II -> CD burner -> CDEX -> Audition 1.5 -> FLAC encoderTaped by Matthew Probst of Enchanted ApeTransferred by Matthew Probst of Enchanted Ape
Opening for Barefoot Compadres(http://www.myspace.com/barefootcompadres)
Recorded by Matthew Probst of Enchanted Ape. Tracked in 4 channel 24-bit to a Korg d1200 Mk II recorder, 2 channels stereo feed from sound board, 2 channels stereo feed from a pair of Audio Technica AT2021 small diaphragm condenser microphones in ORTF configuration. Mixed down to 16-bit stereo inside the recorder, with a 6db preference for the board feed, with small room verb at 25% added to the board feeds, 3db bass rolloff applied to the board feeds, and mastering compression applied to the entire mix. Burned to CD using internal CD drive and importend onto Frankenputer using CDEX. Further processing done in Adobe Audition 1.5 to clip empty head and tail, normalize, and split tracks
February 3, 2006
No, we need a mechanical license for those tracks
Initial analysis shows that we might need toi pay mechanical license fees for every copy downloaded, whether we charge or not. This might be a legal gray area but we're investigating it.
I morally have no problem giving these things away but since I'm the party uploading these files I am liable when the record companies come to sue.
I've already asked archive.org to respond to me with the legality of posting covers and they've so far not answered me.
February 2, 2006
permission not neccesary
hey guys, post up the covers you play. you don't need to get permission to play those songs live. In a live setting they are playable and postable without having to have permission, unless you are selling the recording.